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Team OneFist cyberattacks and weakens two power plants in Russia

Team One fist, after controlling a transformer in Russia’s Kharanorskaya GRES Trans-Baikal region, has now weakened two power plants in Russia.

The collective conducted a special operation against an iRZ RU21 which is an industrial controller router system. This router was managing the Pulse power transformer for the railway bridge over the Onon river, which is 65 miles away from China. This bridge is one of the only Railway connections that Russia has with China which handles over 1 million tons of cargo every year.



Basically, the Anonymous collective breached the computer controller of the power plant when it was on the bridge. The hackers managed and controlled the power distribution to the rails. Consequently, this messed up the transformer on the other end.

The Anonymous collective has firmly stated that they will not leave Russia until it stops the war against Ukraine. Consequently, by this, cyberattacks are increasing day by day.


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